The Centre for Economic Policy Research
), a registered charity founded in 1983 by Richard Portes
, is a network of over 700 researchers based mainly in universities throughout Europe
, who collaborate through the centre in research and its dissemination. CEPR's office is located in London
but CEPR is a Think-Net drawing on academic research across Europe.
The Centre's mission is to promote research excellence and policy relevance in European economics
. based in over 237 different institutions in 28 countries (90% in the European Union
). Because it draws on such a large network of researchers, CEPR is able to produce a wide range of research that reflects a broad spectrum of individual viewpoints and perspectives.
All but one of the recipients of the Yrjö Jahnsson Award
in economics and all but one of the recipients of the Germán Bernácer Prize
in economics are CEPR members.The 2008 Nobel Prize winner in Economics Paul Krugman
has been a CEPR Research Fellow since 1984. The 2009 winner of the John Bates Clark Medal
, Emmanual Saez, is Co-Director of the Centre's Public... Read More